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Snakes 'n' Ladders Classic

Platform: Android
App ID: com.softthings.snakesandladders
Price: Free
Category: Casual
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Last Scanned: almost 4 years ago

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  • Description

    [Snakes 'n' Ladders Classic] aka [Chutes and Ladders] is the traditional famous board game, with two game types:

    1- You Vs CPU (traditional game): Race between the 2 players (you and CPU) to arrive to the end of board


    2- Time Challenge: You have to achieve your goal with shortest possible time, best time achieved will be saved as high score to be defeated again and again.

    Touch the [Touch 'n' Release] area top right the board to throw the die.
    Make your way to the end of the board, you may like landing on ladder, so you'll find easy shortcut, but be care, you'd better watch out for those slippery snakes


    The goal of the game: The aim of the game is to be the first to reach the end by moving across the board from square 1 to square 100. You will travel the board from base to top, right, then left and so on.

    Commence playing: The dice must be rolled by touching the dice at the upper right corner of the screen to show the number of squares that the player may move to. Place the marker on the appropriate square.Each player may only roll once.

    Snake: if a player lands at the tip of the snake's head, his or her marker slides down to the square at the snake's tail.

    Ladder: if a player lands on a square that is at the base of a ladder, his or her marker moves to the square at the top of the ladder and continues from there.



    Number of Apps: 3, including
    Latest Update/Release: 36525 days ago


    Based on 5.49K ratings

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    Released October 18, 2014

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